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This is a feature of the later versions of Office to protect computers from external connections that might allow viruses, malware or other malicious activity. To view the data connection in the workbook, go to the Data tab, and choose Connections from the Connections menu. The warning you are getting is because the document and/or location is not ...


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Doing a Google image search on that enclosure, it's using a non-standard A-type connector. That's not even the official USB Super Speed logo on the case. A proper USB enclosure should be using a B-type connector. If the device breaks that standard, it makes me wonder what other standards they also broke. It apparently doesn't conform properly to the USB ...


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intel(R) 82567V-4 gigabit network card is a physical device on your computer, Gigabit is the bandwidth that this card available to work on. Also, it doesn't mean you already have a Gigabit connection. It depends your network source/provider. such as a Gigabit router can get Gigabit level access between your computer and router. Speed between router and ...


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Can't do it. I have the DI-524. It offers no client bridge mode, and it's incompatible with DD-WRT, so you're not going to get the feature by changing your firmware.


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If you're looking for a simple look at which connections are hungry on Windows 7 onwards, then bring up Task Manager, Performance tab, Resource Monitor, Network tab.


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It sounds like your Excel SKU/Edition is not Professional Plus, Office 365 ProPlus or Excel Standalone. For Excel 2013+, they are the only Editions that include full Power Query functionality. The best info on this topic seems to be this page on Ken Puls' forum: http://www.excelguru.ca/forums/showthread.php?5745-Installing-Power-Query


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Somehow, you seem to have lost the connectors. You can redownload the MySQL connector and Postgre connector. They should both be compatible with 32- and 64-bit, so I wouldn't expect that to be the problem.


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While looking around /var/log on MacOS 10.11, I found this log file wifi.log. The following search will give you good perspective on the WiFi status change: $ grep processAirPortStateChanges /var/log/wifi.log \ | grep connect \ | grep -v -e "old state=disconnected, new state=disconnected" \ -e "old state=connecting, new state=connecting" \ -e "old ...



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